STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
STAY YOUNG: Exercise and diet play a huge role in the ageing process.
There is a plethora of roles women fill in their daily lives, for different people in their lives, and often the last role on that list is of who they are to themselves.

Transitioning through the age groups while still fulfilling the needs and demands of these roles, and still being cognisant of one’s relationship with oneself and how to better oneself, is a challenge most women face daily.

For Women’s Month, we spoke to Candice Smith, head of Discovery Vitality’s nutrition strategy, and Mari Leach, a biokineticist, about how women can stay on their “A-game” through these stages of life in health and fitness.

“You may have heard the saying, ‘Teach a woman, teach a nation.’ There’s truth to this, especially when it comes to good nutrition. Worldwide, women generally take on the responsibility of meal preparation. This means that equipping women with knowledge and skills in healthy eating can have hugely positive effects” says Smith.

Smith provided this guide to nutrition and what to consider for added health benefits